They could be charged with intimidating a witness. It’s likely the defendant would get charged as well. Police and prosecutors will assume he is orchestrating this. Visits and calls should be documented to show that isn’t the case if it isn’t.
The RVO spec should not be predicated in the WUD charge, but is likely predicated in whatever offense triggered the disability. The accused needs to hire an attorney. Even without the spec, this is a prison offense.
My friend got into trapped by purchase of car without title. He was informed by the seller that he will get the title released from the bank but still seller has not paid off the loan and title is not yet released.
Now my friend is chasing the seller but seller is not responding.... Read more »
Depending on the value of the car or how much was paid, he should file a complaint in either Superior Court or the Supreme Court. He probably should consult a local debtors rights attorney who can oversee the finer points.
Yes. usually, cops cite the person, or people, that they believe possess an illegal substance. But, a prosecutor can charge a crime against anyone they have probable cause to believe has committed that crime. Usually a prosecutor makes this decision after the cops "screen" the case with them....Read more »
I have read that there is a mandatory ruling due 180 days after filing for judicial release is that always the case? Does the requested supplement add additional time for ruling? If they do not hear in 180 days does that mean the request was denied?
The law states that the court, if it holds a hearing on the motion, is to hold the hearing not less than 30 days after the motion is filed and not more 60 days after the motion is filed, provided, however, that the court can delay an additional 180 days. The court is required to enter a ruling...Read more »
You can certainly be expelled for something that isn’t in the handbook. They can’t possibly be expected to cover every possible action and most contain some catchall kind of phrase like “other conduct unbecoming of a student.” What are you accused of doing?
Along with fines which include his PD fees of almost $600 and online class amd 40 hours community service. Check in every 4th tuesday by phone. Got an extension, but was not told that it was only for paying the fine. Now my husband is in Delaware County for PV. He is on suicide watch and still not... Read more »
My baby dad found out he has a warrant from 9 years ago M1 child endanger but he lives 2hrs away from the city that he has a warrant in. He has been stopped by our local police and they told him he had a warrant but didnt take him to jail bc it's on a misdemeanor. How can u go about getting it... Read more »
Each court treats these situations a little bit differently. Some will allow a motion to recall the warrant and simply set a court date. Most will want the individual to turn himself in to be processed and give a bond. Done correctly this can usually be taken care of in a morning. Some have already...Read more »
I am from PA but was driving through Ohio. I stopped at a gas station and while pumping gas I found a strange package. I was unsure of what it was but my curiosity took over and i grabbed it, throwing it in the trunk of my car.
I was already driving with marijuana and marijuana... Read more »
You should hire an attorney. There are several problems with your defense. First, ownership is not the issue. Possession is. Second, just because you're clean also doesn't mean your not guilty of the possession charge. It is illegal to possess these drugs whether you use them or not. Fortunately,...Read more »
You haven't provided enough information to answer this question. You need to hire a criminal defense attorney near you who is familiar with your judges, courtrooms, etc. They will be able to give you an idea of what you are realistically looking at.
If they go through the proper process, yes. I find that most states will extradite on Felonies. They most likely will not extradite on a misdemeanors. So if the battery charge is a felony, I feel there is a strong possibility of extradition.
At my fathers I over heard my 5 y.o did something he shouldn’t have My father told him “if you ever do that to me I’ll punch you in the f*****g head” I came out said nothing & packed up to leave My son kept bringing up what had been said to him so my fiancé texted him a few days later... Read more »
Did you call the police? I would call and report it, if you haven't already. If you are charged with something (doubtful if you haven't been charged yet), I would hire a criminal defense attorney at that time.
I was in the shower playing music when I heard knocking and yelling on the door. So I got out of the shower and I opened the door I seen my cousin. I asked my cousin and she said (friend) knocked. I told him to wait and them slammed the room door, then returned to the bathroom(3 people were in the... Read more »
You can go to the intake office at 375 S. High St., 7th floor, Columbus, OH 43215 to file a complaint. An intake officer will interview you, collect all evidence necessary, and then a prosecutor will review the evidence and determine whether there is probable cause to file charges. Because you are...Read more »
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